|Secondary School Level Courses British Columbia, Yukon||Minimum:|
|English Literature 12||67%|
|English 12 First Peoples1||67%|
|Provincial Level Adult Basic Education English course equivalent||67%|
|Secondary School Level Courses Canada and Other||Minimum:|
|Alberta, Northwest Territories, Nunavut: English Language Arts 30-1 or English 30||67%|
|Saskatchewan: English 621A + Writing 521A or English Language Arts A30 + B30 or English A30 + B30 (averaged) )||67%|
|Manitoba: ENG 42A1 or ENG 42A2 or ENG 42A IB or ENG 42S IB or any compulsory 40S English course or E40S CMP FOC||67%|
|Ontario: English 12 (ENG4U or ENG4M||67%|
|Quebec: 2 English Literature courses in 601 series||67%|
|New Brunswick: English 121 or English 122 or Anglais 126B||67%|
|Prince Edward Island: English 611 or English 621||67%|
|Nova Scotia: English 441 or English 442 or English 541 or English 12||67%|
|Newfoundland & Labrador: English 3201||67%|
|International Baccalaureate (IB) English A1 or A2 (higher-level or standard-level)||4|
|Advanced Placement (AP) English Language & Composition or English Literature & Composition||4|
|O-level, AS-Level, A-Level, GCSE, IGCSE English Language or Literature course||C|
|Okanagan College Courses and Tests||Minimum:|
|Okanagan College Adult Basic Education ENGL 012||67%|
|Okanagan College 100-level ENGL course||50%|
|OCELA (Okanagan College English Language Assessment)
||75 in each: Writing, Reading & Discussion|
|Okanagan College English for Academic Purposes: EAPD 040 (Academic Discussion Skills 4) and EAPW 040 (Academic Writing Skills 4) and EAPR 040 (Academic Reading Skills 4)
||67% in each|
|International English Language Testing System (IELTS - academic version)
Note: Pharmacy Technician Certificate requires an overall band score of 6.5 on the academic version
|Overall band score of 6.0|
|Language Proficiency Index (LPI) – Essay Score||26/40 - Level 4|
|Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)2
Note: Pharmacy Technician Certificate requires a score of at least 91 (Internet-based)
|79 (Internet-based), or 213 (computer-based), or 550 (paper-based)|
|Canadian Academic English Language (CAEL and CAEL CE)||Overall score 67|
Note: We will accept test results taken no more than two years before you apply to Okanagan College with the exception of the LPI which does not have a time limit.
|University Level Courses & Credentials||Minimum:|
|English literature or composition course at an accredited university or college in Canada||50%|
|Three credits (or the equivalent) of post-secondary first-year English studies at an accredited university in an English-speaking country||50%|
Recognized Bachelor degree program at an accredited university at which English is the primary language of instruction in a country3 where English is the principal language.
Applicants who have successfully completed a degree from an accredited institution at which English is the language of instruction in a country where English is not the principal language may submit their academic transcript for review by Okanagan College. Subject to verification, this degree may be used to meet the English requirement for admission to Okanagan College.
1 Provincial Examinations: The blended grade (school mark and provincial exam result combined) will be used in determining if the admission requirement has been satisfied.
Other courses, tests and means to satisfy requirements may be considered on an individual basis. For inquiries, please contact Okanagan College Admissions email@example.com or (250) 762-5445.
Okanagan College Calendar: Printed 10/22/2017